Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

pelear in English:

1. to fight to fight


Don't try to fight your destiny.
Knights often had spears to fight.

English word "pelear"(to fight) occurs in sets:

Sport - Deporte

2. quarrel quarrel


Brothers should not quarrel.
The quarrel left an unpleasant aftertaste.
Will had know they would drag him into the quarrel sonner or later.
A quarrel brought about the break.
Their quarrel sprung from misunderstanding.
No one in his right mind wants anything to do with a domestic quarrel.
A quarrel estranged one boy from the other.
It seemed the quarrel would finally be talked out, when Mark added fuel to the fire by bringing up the question of who was guilty.
They had a bitter quarrel about some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.
Among other common reasons for breaking up are housing problems, infidelity, negligence towards familiy duties, a conflict of values and, above all, alcohol abuse which riuns family life and leads to quarrels and acts od violence.
What did you quarrel about/over?
The parents quarrel very often and the children are not taken care of.
Ken always stands up for his mom when his parents quarrel.
Love is a quarrel which begins between a woman and a man and never finishes.

English word "pelear"(quarrel) occurs in sets:

Relations and emotions - Relaciones y emociones

3. fight fought fought fight fought fought